Cosmos DB

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Azure Cosmos DB is Microsoft's globally distributed, multi-model database. With the click of a button, Azure Cosmos DB enables you to elastically and independently scale throughput and storage across any number of Azure's geographic regions. It offers throughput, latency, availability, and consistency guarantees with comprehensive service level agreements (SLAs), something no other database service can offer.

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  1. How to build globally-distributed, fast, billion-user applications with Azure Cosmos DB
    5/8/2017, Video, 0:49:47
  2. Azure207x - Databases in Azure
    5/31/2017, Mva



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Azure Documentation

1. Cosmos DB Documentation
2. Overview
     2.1. About Azure Cosmos DB
     2.2. 20 days of tips
3. Quickstarts
     3.1. DocumentDB
          3.1.1. .NET
          3.1.2. Java
          3.1.3. Node.js
          3.1.4. Python
          3.1.5. Xamarin
     3.2. MongoDB
          3.2.1. Node.js
          3.2.2. .NET
          3.2.3. Java
          3.2.4. Golang
     3.3. Graph
          3.3.1. .NET
          3.3.2. Gremlin console
          3.3.3. Java
          3.3.4. Node.js
     3.4. Table
          3.4.1. .NET
4. Tutorials
     4.1. 1 - Create
          4.1.1. DocumentDB
          4.1.2. MongoDB with .NET
          4.1.3. MongoDB with Angular
          4.1.4. MongoDB with React
          4.1.5. Table
          4.1.6. Graph
     4.2. 2 - Import
          4.2.1. DocumentDB
          4.2.2. MongoDB
     4.3. 3 - Query
          4.3.1. DocumentDB
          4.3.2. MongoDB
          4.3.3. Table
          4.3.4. Graph
     4.4. 4 - Distribute globally
          4.4.1. DocumentDB
          4.4.2. MongoDB
          4.4.3. Table
          4.4.4. Graph
     4.5. 5 - Develop locally
          4.5.1. Use the emulator
          4.5.2. Export certificates
     4.6. 6 - Integrate with Functions
          4.6.1. HTTP trigger
5. Samples
     5.1. Azure CLI
     5.2. PowerShell
6. Concepts
     6.1. Serverless database
     6.2. Global distribution
     6.3. Partitioning
     6.4. Consistency
     6.5. Throughput
     6.6. Multi-model APIs
          6.6.1. DocumentDB
          6.6.2. MongoDB
          6.6.3. Table
          6.6.4. Graph
     6.7. Security
     6.8. TCO
     6.9. Use cases
          6.9.1. Social media apps
7. How To Guides
     7.1. Develop
          7.1.1. DocumentDB API
               7.1.1.1. Resources
               7.1.1.2. SQL queries
               7.1.1.3. SQL query performance
               7.1.1.4. SQL playground
               7.1.1.5. Partitioning
               7.1.1.6. Stored procedures, triggers, and UDFs
               7.1.1.7. Performance testing
               7.1.1.8. Performance tips
               7.1.1.9. Multi-master setup
               7.1.1.10. DateTimes
               7.1.1.11. Modeling document data
               7.1.1.12. Tutorials
                    7.1.1.12.1. Write your first app
                         7.1.1.12.1.1. .NET
                         7.1.1.12.1.2. .NET Core
                         7.1.1.12.1.3. Java
                         7.1.1.12.1.4. Node.js
                         7.1.1.12.1.5. C++
                    7.1.1.12.2. Build a web app
                         7.1.1.12.2.1. .NET
                         7.1.1.12.2.2. Xamarin
                         7.1.1.12.2.3. Node.js
                         7.1.1.12.2.4. Java
                         7.1.1.12.2.5. Python Flask
               7.1.1.13. Samples
                    7.1.1.13.1. .NET samples
                    7.1.1.13.2. Node.js samples
                    7.1.1.13.3. Python samples
               7.1.1.14. Resources
                    7.1.1.14.1. SQL grammar cheat sheet
                    7.1.1.14.2. Stack Overflow
                    7.1.1.14.3. Videos
                    7.1.1.14.4. Service updates
                    7.1.1.14.5. Community portal
                    7.1.1.14.6. Schema agnostic indexing paper
                    7.1.1.14.7. Retire S1, S2, S3
          7.1.2. MongoDB API
               7.1.2.1. Connect to your MongoDB account
               7.1.2.2. Using MongoChef
               7.1.2.3. Using Robomongo
               7.1.2.4. Angular tutorial series
                    7.1.2.4.1. Part 2 - Create Node app
                    7.1.2.4.2. Part 3 - Add Angular UI
                    7.1.2.4.3. Part 4 - Create Cosmos DB
                    7.1.2.4.4. Part 5 - Connect to Cosmos DB
                    7.1.2.4.5. Part 6 - Write to the app
               7.1.2.5. Additional tutorials
                    7.1.2.5.1. Node.js console app
          7.1.3. Graph API
               7.1.3.1. Gremlin support
          7.1.4. Table API
               7.1.4.1. Table storage overview
               7.1.4.2. Table storage design guide
               7.1.4.3. Table storage REST APIs
               7.1.4.4. Tutorials
                    7.1.4.4.1. .NET
                    7.1.4.4.2. F#
                    7.1.4.4.3. Node.js
                    7.1.4.4.4. Java
                    7.1.4.4.5. Node.js
                    7.1.4.4.6. C++
                    7.1.4.4.7. PHP
                    7.1.4.4.8. Python
                    7.1.4.4.9. Ruby
          7.1.5. Change feed
          7.1.6. Geospatial
          7.1.7. Indexing
          7.1.8. Connected Service in Visual Studio
     7.2. Manage
          7.2.1. Cost-effective reads and writes
          7.2.2. Expire data automatically
          7.2.3. Back up and restore
          7.2.4. Regional failover
          7.2.5. Set throughput
          7.2.6. Monitor SLAs
          7.2.7. Use metrics
          7.2.8. Diagnostic logging
          7.2.9. Manage keys and consistency
          7.2.10. Azure Storage Explorer
          7.2.11. Security
               7.2.11.1. Encryption at rest
               7.2.11.2. Firewall support
               7.2.11.3. Securing access to data
     7.3. Integrate
          7.3.1. Connect to Spark
          7.3.2. Connect to Spark GraphX
          7.3.3. Deploy a website with Azure App Service
          7.3.4. Application logging with Logic Apps
          7.3.5. Bind to Azure Functions
          7.3.6. Analyze data with Hadoop
          7.3.7. Integrate with Azure Search
          7.3.8. Move data with Azure Data Factory
          7.3.9. Analyze real-time data with Azure Stream Analytics
          7.3.10. Get changed HL7 FHIR record using Logic Apps
          7.3.11. Process sensor data in real time
          7.3.12. Visualize your data with Power BI
          7.3.13. Leverage the ODBC driver for data visualization
          7.3.14. Use Spring Boot Starter with DocumentDB APIs
8. Reference
     8.1. Code samples
     8.2. DocumentDB APIs
          8.2.1. Java
          8.2.2. .NET
          8.2.3. .NET Change feed
          8.2.4. .NET Core
          8.2.5. Node.js
          8.2.6. Python
          8.2.7. REST
          8.2.8. REST Resource Provider
          8.2.9. SQL
     8.3. Table APIs
          8.3.1. .NET
          8.3.2. Python
     8.4. Graph APIs
          8.4.1. .NET
9. Resources
     9.1. Azure Roadmap
     9.2. Try Azure Cosmos DB for free
     9.3. Pricing
     9.4. FAQ
     9.5. Stack Overflow
     9.6. Data consistency explained through baseball

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10/2/2017 React & Azure Cosmos DB Part 1 - Introducing The Project 0:01:14
10/2/2017 React & Azure Cosmos DB Part 2 - Project Setup 0:05:22
10/2/2017 React & Azure Cosmos DB Part 3 - Creating The UI 0:08:06
10/2/2017 React & Azure Cosmos DB Part 4 - Azure Cosmos DB 0:07:09
10/2/2017 React & Azure Cosmos DB Part 5 - Cosmos DB Read And Create 0:07:52
10/2/2017 React & Azure Cosmos DB Part 6 - Azure Cosmos DB Delete and Update 0:05:46
10/2/2017 React & Azure Cosmos DB Part 7: Completing The Application 0:12:07
9/30/2017 Internet of things with Azure Cosmos DB 0:52:56

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